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1998 Senate Roll Calls
SS HCS HB 1038 (05/15/1998): Senate 3rd read legislation to restrict utility companies from selling appliance sales or services.
HS SS SB 596 (05/15/1998): Senate 3rd read a bill to toughen the penalties for animal abuse.
SS HB 1891 (05/15/1998): Senate 3rd read the final version of legislation to hold a statewide vote on concealed weapons.
HS SB 619 (05/15/1998): Senate 3rd read the final version of legislation to allow requiring reformulated gasoline in the St. Louis area.
HCS SS SB 792 (05/15/1998): Senate 3rd read a bill to raise the maximum interest rate on small loans.
CCS SB 781 (05/14/1998): Senate 3rd read the St. Louis and Kansas City school desegregation bill to assure continuation of some desegregation funds after the court orders are terminated.
CCS SB 632 (05/13/1998): Senate 3rd read the final conference report on the proposal to expand Medicaid coverage for children.
SS HJR 39 (05/07/1998): Senate 3rd read a consitutitonal amendment to allow gambling on sweepstakes and raffels.
SS HCS HB 1095 (05/05/1998): Senate 3rd read a bill to expand the state's open meetings law.
SS HCS HB 1519 (05/04/1998): Senate 3rd read a bill to establish funding for public schools to provide day care services.
SB 709 (05/04/1998): Senate 3rd read a bill to establish a presidential primary.
SCS SB 522 (04/28/1998): S 3rd read a bill to allow revoking the driving license of a physically impaired person.
SCS SB 565 (04/27/1998): S 3rd read a bill to provide for parents to check the background of daycare workers and also grant businesses tax credits for providing daycare services.
SS SB 471 (04/22/1998): Senate perfection vote on legislation to give stronger collective bargaining rights to state and local government workers.
SSA 2 SA 2 SS SB 731 (04/15/1998): Senate amendment to remove from a pending tax-cut bill a provision to allow tax deductions to parents for the costs of private, parochical or public primary and secondary education.
SS SB 781 (04/07/1998): Senate 3rd read of a bill to provide funds to St. Louis and Kansas City schools as an offer to settle the school desegregation cases.
SCS SB 541 (04/06/1998): S 3rd read a bill it had defeated earlier that would change auto-exhaust inspection requirements in the St. Louis area to meet federal air-quality standards.
SCS SB 765 (04/02/1998): Senate 3rd read a bill to legalize off-track betting on horse races.
SS SB 781 (04/01/1998): Senate perfection of a bill to provide funds to St. Louis and Kansas City schools as an offer to settle the school desegregation cases.
SCS SB 541 (04/01/1998): Senate 3rd read of a bill to allow use to reformulated gasoline and remote auto-emission tests to meet federal EPA requirements.
SS SB 518 (03/25/1998): Senate 3rd read of a bill to require auto safety inspections only once every 3 years rather than annually.
SB 888 (03/24/1998): Senate 3rd read of a bill that would limit the sales tax cut on groceries to only those places where more than half the sales involve groceries.
SS SB 632 (03/11/1998): Senate 3rd read of a bill to expand government-financed health coverage of children to middle-income families.
SCS SB 475 (03/03/1998): Senate 3rd reading of a bill to expand registration of daycare workers including voluntary registration of baby sitters.
SS SB 675 (03/03/1998): Senate 3rd reading of a bill to increase property tax relief for the elderly.
SB 883 (03/03/1998): Senate 3rd reading of a bill to give the legislature more oversight powers over the Transportation Department.
SS SB 632 (03/02/1998): Adoption of a substitute to the bill expanding those who are covered by Medicaid health coverage for children.
SCS SB 532 (02/18/1998): Perfection vote on legislation to impose stronger penalties for production and possession of methamphetamine.
HCR 3 (02/02/1998): Resolution to repeal the Tax Commission's action raising the assessment levels for agricultural property.
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